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PLATZ-Rundgang: Offen für alle

In the organizer's words:

What is the PLATZ project?

What do the containers look like from the inside?

Who does what here?

When can I take part myself?

You can find out all this and much more if you take a tour of the PLATZprojekt with us.

There are questions, answers and background information on the history, present and possible future.

Maybe with you too?

Every Thursday from 5 to 6 pm.

Where: Directly at the entrance at Fössestraße 103

Language: German and English on request - also in parallel


The [Ka'fe:] container is also open and offers hot drinks.


The PLATZprojekt is a non-profit association in the heart of Hanover that has grown quickly and dynamically in recent years. The aim is to create an open place where ideas can be realized and projects can find a low-threshold space. With around 30 projects on site and over 150 events and 50 workshops in 2019, the PLATZprojekt offers an infrastructure for a diverse, socio-cultural offering for exchange or business start-ups.

The PLATZprojekt sees itself as a place of diversity. People with different biographies, interests, beliefs and expectations and from different social backgrounds come together here, regardless of origin, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, religion, culture, residence status, age, class, appearance or other affiliations and attributions. Our aim is to make the association a place that is sensitive to discrimination.

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Platzprojekt Fössestraße 103 30453 Hannover